Church Planter – The missionaries of tomorrow are going to be Christian Leaders like Zachary M Gachango. Here is a man just over thirty years old who lives in Nakuru, Kenya a city of almost 400,000 people. If you visit Nakuru, you will want to check out the Nakuru Lake Park and go on a safari. The new indigenous missionary movement in Kenya is happening in this beautiful place.
This future missionary church planter, Zachary M Gachango is being sponsored by his pastor, Apostle John K. William at Kingdom Seekers Fellowship Church. Zachery is married to Lucy Mwangi and they are blessed with one child, (Myrene Beth). Kingdom Seekers Fellowship was founded in 2003 and has grown to over 3000 people reached. Now Zachary is not only reached there, but is wanting to take the next step and become a missionary church planter.
Church Planter Calling
Zachary Gachango tells the story of his calling into church planting:
” I am currently living in Kenya where I was born in 5th may 1981. I had a long time struggle with God’s conviction to give my life to him, until 6th April 2001 when I surrendered to Jesus and got saved. I have a call from God to reach out through church planting. I believe that through Christian Leaders Institute, I shall be laid in a firm foundation and also acquire knowledge that will help me to speak the Word of God with boldness.”
Zachary is part of that future army of Christian Leaders that makes up Mission Kenya. This future indigenous missionary church planter has an effective mentor Apostle John K. William and is taking Bible School classes at Christian Leaders Institute. Zachary has completed his Christian Basics Certificate and now continues on for even more advanced online ministry training.
Zachary is grateful for the donors that support Christian Leaders Institute. Zachary asks his supporters at CLI to lift him up in prayer. He asks, “Pray for me that God may continue to give me the wisdom and understanding, that i may be more effective in the work of ministry, and that i may be able to speak the truth of the Word without compromising.”
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